arrange en Inglés
v. put in order, repair, arrange; fix, adjust; lay out, settle, sort; collocate, compose, construct; do, form; groom; set, tidy up
adj. orderly, organized; in order, tidy; trim, fixed
“Yes, madam. He undoubtedly wants to arrange for your protection and comfort in England.”
“But,” added the pilot, “it might be arranged another way.”
“Just look!” continued Kay; “see how it is so aesthetically and precisely arranged.
He saw the great entrance door thrown open, and many servants arranged in two lines, looking at him.
He and his friend were arranged on the same line; one leg forward, waiting for the signal to start.
He sat down at the table in the nursery, on which the pretty breakfast service was arranged.
In a short time, the sculptor had arranged everything to assure the success of his enterprise.
Never was duel more easily arranged.
He was leaning on the pieces of ice, imagining; combining; ruminating over how he could arrange them to achieve his goal.
No doubt, it sounded like an excellent plan: very simple and very neatly arranged. The only difficulty was, knowing how to execute it.
1. adjust: negotiate, come to terms, agree, determine, establish, settle
2. place: organise, organize, classify, systematise, systematize, divide, order, array, form
3. devise: digest, ready, concoct, order, set up, contrive, plan
4. orchestrate: harmonise, harmonize, score